Fans are split on wild comeback conspiracy theory

Now that Vince McMahon has retired from all of his active duties, reports suggest that Bray Wyatt is “likely” heading back to WWE.

Bray really didn’t have the best relationship with the ex-WWE CEO and Chairman, so now that he’s out of the picture, the door has opened up for him to return following shock release in July 2021.

There haven’t been many teases to Bray’s return on WWE TV, but some fans have now bought into a wild conspiracy theory which they believe proves the former WWE Champion is coming back.

Over the last few weeks, as you can see below, Bray has posted a series of ‘Wrestling is not a Love Story’ posts, and when you rotate them, something interesting happens.

When you turn the first two paragraphs on their side, they look to spell out the letter ‘W’, while the last paragraph looks like an ‘E’.

So, as you can see from the tweets below, a portion of fans have started to believe that Bray is teasing an imminent return to WWE.

Bray Wyatt could be brought back to WWE
Bray Wyatt could be brought back to WWE

However, on the other hand, some of the WWE Universe simply aren’t buying it, believing that the fans are stretching to say that Wyatt is teasing a return to the wrestling giant.

The plot has since thickened even further, with Bray surprisingly liking the tweet, with many feeling that this was him confirming that the fan’s theory is correct.

Over the last few weeks, several ex-WWE stars have returned ot the company, namely the likes of Dakota Kai, Karrion Kross and Hit Row.

That was continued on this week’s episode of Raw, with Johnny Gargano making his shock return to WWE in what is possibly the biggest comeback since Triple H took over as Head of Creative.

So, off the back of several big returns, and with others reportedly around the corner too, it wouldn’t be too surprising to see Bray back in WWE before too long.

In fact, reports even support this theory, with it being claimed that Bray’s return to WWE is now “likely” following Vince’s exit, as we’ve already covered.

For more on what the future could hold for Bray Wyatt, whether that’s in WWE or out of it, make sure you stay tuned to GiveMeSport.

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